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tennessee. we may see about a half an inch of ice. that could cause some power outages and treacherous conditions on the road. moving forward to the next couple of hours. we will see some of that icing moving through parts of carolina. it will move through new jersey and new york city. temperatures behind the storm, though, remain cold. it is cold right now. 8 degrees in boston. for in buffalo. temperatures will warm slowly this weekend. everybody about 5 degrees warmer. that 5 degrees will feel really good, lori. lori: thank you, as always. melissa: those cool temperatures helping to drive natural gas prices to a six-week high. it is the wild price swings that has utility ceos worried. the ceo of american electric power, nick akins, thank you so much for joining us. you have been quoted in a lot of articles recently talking about how this makes you a little bit nervous. is this one of the reasons? >> i think it is one of the reasons, melissa. great to be with you this afternoon. we are running into the time of year where natural gas prices are coming up and that shows the volatility o
nevada, georgia, texas and tennessee are sending recruiters to the golden state to lure businesses with the promise of lower taxes and less regulation. ceo of the arizona congress authority which is opened up to offices in california joining us now. i find this so interesting. he said these offices up and then what? these and other scouts to help the ceos? >> we have two offices. our focus is continuing to build bilateral business relations between arizona and california. tracy: you have low corporate taxes, low real estate taxes for commercial properties. i would think it'd be pretty easy to wear the businesses in. what stops them? >> we have had great success working with california businesses. our strategy is to work with california businesses looking to expand their operations outside of california. in addition to that we are working with arizona businesses looking for a new market. the ninth larges next largest ee world and proximity to california is a real business advantage. tracy: getting some pretty good tax breaks. can the state continue to afford to offer such good deals
in tennessee. it already has a battery plant in the united states and plans to build the new car assembly plant right next door to that one. last year nissan sold nearly 10,000 models of the leaf. that was up 1 1/2% from the year before. and then there's this, take a look at this video. at first glance, you may think well, this looks like a lion. right dagen? dagen: no it doesn't look like is a lion. it is a dog. connell: i see. but many people in nor folk virginia dagen's home state they were calling 911 reporting there was a lion siting. -- lion sighting. the police quickly called the local zoo. as dagen pointed it out, it is a dog. nice looking dog. the owner had taken him to the groomers and the owner is a big fan of old dominion university, their mascot is a lion, said make my dog look like a lion, this is what they came up with. dagen: as my daddy might say, they called the police because folks are stupid. connell: the poor dog. dagen: you know what? the dog doesn't care. it is a dog. and not a lion by the way. dagen: tom donahue unveiling his new agenda to attack our nation's fiscal chal
even, washington, wyoming, tennessee, texas. texas is big indeed. the governor in louisiana is talking about not having a state income tax. you can see why. texas is stealing every employer in the world. it's hard for louisiana to think about competing with them so they have to, you know, even the playing floor so that they can compete too. now, reality of this, though, is it makes it hard on those old-fashioned states like new york that want to -- they want to charge state income taxes out the wazoo, and california raised theirs to 3.3%. it's not a surprise here, but, you know, take note. there's a palm beach office, the little city of palm beach, has an entire office dedicated to getting hedge fund managers, private equity dudes -- ashley: smart thing to do. tracy: the middle class will feel this. the wealthy can afford to pick up and leave and fly back to wherever they have to go. those of us with kids in school, families, can't sell the house, i don't have a choice. they will end up raising the state taxes for me to pick up the slack. >> or new york has to find another way to fund
coming up tonight on "money", ron littlefield is the mayor of chattanooga, tennessee. he joins me to discuss some of his genius incentives to entice people to move there to create jobs. that is 5:00 p.m. eastern on fox business. he has things like the geek move. it is very cool. yes i will leave you with this tidbit to entice people to come. the geek move is really cool. lori: look forward. melissa: it is genius. i think it is genius. lori: i will prep for that. i will stick around to join ashley. tracy has at day off. dow is approaching 14,000. we're at 13,946. we're looking at the overall housing and economic picture with s&p chairman. he is with us next hour. so stay with us. [ male announcer ] you are a business pro. omnipotent of opportunity. you know how to mix business... with business. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle. and go. you can even take a full-size or above. and still pay the mid-size price. i could get used to this. [ male announcer ] yes, you could business pro. yes, you could. go national. go like a pro. lo
locally. they have a new production facility here in chattanooga, tennessee. that is helping them with their currency and the euro issues. so they're able to fluctuate their currency and hedge by having local production. also coming up with really desirable vehicles like the jedi doing incredibly well. lori: there are all kinds of new models coming off the assembly line. >> gm has all the new pickup trucks coming out, there's a lot of new product. it is all the way across the board, some great small cars coming out. lori: you see a new ceo for ford this year? >> no. he will stay through 2014. lori: thank you so much. we appreciate your analysis of the automotive industry. okay. keep it right here on fox business as liz claman and david asman talk exclusively with quality of america president. melissa: same-store sales figures for the month of december roll in. retailers fearing for their profits, so how did they actually fair? lauren simonetti has all the details. >> it turned out the final sales week of the holiday shopping season save christmas in the end. you can see december r
's not on -- unprecedented. there's a lot of states, neighboring texas, washington state, tennessee, ways to make it work, and there's ways to design it to make sure the burden is not being born by low income people. >> yeah. what was the sense from them about whether or not this is going to happen? do you think it's feasible and that they have enough gusto behind it to make it happen. other states who have done it the same thing. texas and florida really jump out as places where people want to relocate to start a business. do you think they'll do it? >> well, there's a desire in louisiana to change something about the tax system. right now in our global economy, investment and job creators and that can go anywhere in the world so louisiana needs to answer the question why louisiana, and i think this will make them stand out if they manage to implement it. >> thanks for coming on. >> thank you. >> interesting. all right. warning signs for apple, shares below $500 per share, the first time in 11 months. >> a bargain or a big rush to the exit? >> i don't know. >> investigate that further. also, is 75 the n
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